Ana is a character from Murder Princess and is a major supporting character in The Knights of the Multiverse, introduced in Season 1. She and her twin sister Yuna are androids built in the shape of little girls created by Dr. Akamashi to act as his bodyguards and personal assistants, but they soon started acting outside of their programming and left him to join The Knights. Her skills and equipment are specialized for hand-to-hand/close-range combat.
Personality[edit | edit source]
Ana is mischievous, extremely aggressive, talkative, and likes to taunt both her friends and her opponents. Like many of L.O.V.E.M.U.F.F.I.N.'s robots, she believes that aggression is the only/best way to settle disputes, whereas her sister is more pacifism driven. This attitude is reflected in her fighting style, which is more offensive and aggressive, resorting to brute-force, whereas her sister uses more defensive techniques. For a time, she also had no appreciation for the lives of her teammates (aside from her sister, of course).
But, even with her cocky demeanor, she is still a kid. She gets whiny when she doesn't get what she wants, and her attitude will break when faced with near death, to the point of even breaking down crying. And while she usually try to hide her feelings (thinks it makes her stronger), she does love her father and twin sister a lot, and her other android colleagues over time, and will go to great lengths to protect them.
History[edit | edit source]
Season 1[edit | edit source]
Season 2[edit | edit source]
Season 3[edit | edit source]
Powers & Armaments[edit | edit source]
- Rocket Boots
Ana's shoes has a set of thrusters on their back sides that can either give her a boost in speed on the ground (making it look like she's sliding along) or allow her to fly in the air (cute and functional).
- Rocket Punch
Ana is able to rocket both of her fists forward on a set of chains, similarly to Govarian's Chain Knuckles.
Ana has a small blade stored in her right arm.
- "Psychic Link"
To alert each other when one of them is in imminent trouble, one of the twins sends out a silent alarm of sorts that alerts the other that points them to their exact location.
Relationships[edit | edit source]
As her creator/father, Ana cares a lot about Akamashi, though she usually tries to hide it. The whole "I mean, I care about you, but not really" type shtick, y'know.
Yuna[edit | edit source]
Despite being made to work as a duo, and even identifying each other as twins at that, Ana & Yuna share radically differing methods and attitudes towards violence, and as such, she views her sister as the weaker of the pair, with her often yelling at her for being such a coward or not wanting to take risks. But, even though she doesn't like to admit it, she clearly does love Yuna (again, they are twins), as a result, she's often very protective of her.
As such, the two work as a yin and yang - they need each other to balance their extreme natures, with Ana often needing Yuna to contain her violent nature, otherwise she might go berserk and end up like all the other robots that the Knights've destroyed.
Atros[edit | edit source]
Lime[edit | edit source]
Like some of her other android compatriots, Ana thought lesser of her opponents, thinking that she was superior to them due to her being an android and all the weapons her father had built in her. But after numerous encounters, like them saving her from being destroyed or taking a few shots meant for her, she started to open up to them.
Notes[edit | edit source]
Ana and Yuna's role on the team is very similar to Más y Menos of the Teen Titans, another pair of young speedster twins who're at their strongest when they're together (of course, here, it's more metaphorical, as opposed to the literal way Más y Menos take it).